“The H.L. Snyder Medical Foundation recently donated two surgical eye trays, each valued at $5,447.96 for a total contribution of $10,895.92, to the William Newton Hospital Surgical Center.
One eye tray is used for each cataract patient. After the use of the eye tray, it must be sterilized before the next use. The purchase of this equipment allows for procedures to be done more efficiently.
“This added equipment allows us to deliver more focused care to our patients," said Tonya Gibson, BSN, RN, CNOR. "Before receiving these eye trays, patients would have to wait longer to have the procedure done at (at the hospital)." - The Cowely Courier
Read more about this contribution in the Courier here